Americans are very excited about the royal wedding between Prince William and Catherine Middleton. The question is: Why?
Economists expected a much higher rate of growth than the 3.1 percent GDP growth that occurred last quarter. Now many are scratching their heads.
Among the film makers in New York's prestigious Tribeca Film Festival were two high school students.
A tornado estimated to be nearly a mile wide has torn through much of the South. The death toll continues to rise.
Gas prices keep going up, and the White House and Congress are fighting it out on how to respond.
Barack Obama will shortly name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the new Secretary of Defense, replacing outgoing Secretary Robert Gates. General David Petraeus will then take over for Panetta as CIA director.
Republicans in the US House of Representatives had hired a law firm, King and Spalding, to defend the Defense of Marriage Act. King and Spalding has now announced it is withdrawing from the case.
A US District Court judge has ordered the end of the NFL lockout, but the court battle between the NFL players and owners is ongoing.
More than 400 prisoners in Afghanistan tunneled out of a prison and escaped.
A new cache of classified documents from the website Wikileaks gives new insights into how the United States classifies detainees in Guantanamo